7 ways to figure out who the hiring manager is when it's not listed in a job posting

Posted On: Jul 13, 2018   |   Posted By: Business Insider

7 ways to figure out who the hiring manager is when it's not listed in a job posting

Knowing how to address a cover letter with no name can be confusing and frustrating.
But while it may be tempting to use a generic greeting like "To Whom It May Concern," you should always resist the urge.
Amanda Augustine, career expert at TopResume, shared her best strategies for figuring out who's in charge of hiring.
For example, you can use the email address provided to search for the person's name. Or, you can simply look for information about the person you'd be reporting to.
Just because a job posting omits the name of the person in charge of the hiring process doesn't mean you should address your cover letter "To Whom It May Concern."
According to Amanda Augustine, career advice expert for TopResume , you'll always want to direct your cover letter to a specific individual. Otherwise, you might give the impression that you didn't put any effort into your application or you don't pay attention to detail.
So how do you figure out who's doing the hiring? Augustine...

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